LONGBOTHAM, Jonathan Campbell

1912 - 1991

Jonathan Campbell Longbotham was born at 15 Brincliffe Gardens, Sheffield, Yorkshire on 22 September 1912, son of George Norman Longbotham (17 November 1881-26 January 1949), a mining engineer, and his wife Alice Dillon Malcolm Campbell (1 July 1884-2 February 1957), who married at Marylebone, London on 20 December 1911 and in 1921 were living at Greno House, Grenoside, Ecclesfield, Yorkshire and in 1939 were living at 8 Eardley Crescent, West Brompton, Kensington, London. In 1942 Jonathan was gazetted a Lieut. (240029) in the Royal Army Service Corps and in 1944 transferred to the Army Education Corps. An associate member of the Ipswich Art Club 1944-1947 and exhibited in 1944 three works, 'Lake Oeschinen, Switzerland', 'A Dutch Mill' and 'On the Broads'. In 1958 appointed assistant in the Commercial Department in H.M. Embassy in Stockholm and in 1972 First Secretary to H. M. Embassy at Stockholm. Jonathan Campbell Longbotham died at Alton, Hampshire in December 1991.